ZTE has made quite a debut during the 2016 Mobile World Congress this month. During that time, they had released their newest creations, the V7 and V7 Lite, two of which became an addition to their Blade series. To those who are not familiar with that, Blade series are affordable ZTE smartphones with quite acceptable specifications that are designed for young mobile users. It is somehow ridiculous to point out that children are now permitted to use smartphones (though we don’t really recommend that) due to the fact that affordable as it is; it is still prone to misuse.
Setting those issues aside, the ZTE Blade V7 has a rather large 5.2-inch display, though it is still possible to hold it with just one hand. The smartphone’s 1080p resolution screen, high definition it may be, does contain somewhat childish cartoons or animation graphics. Even though it looks like a toy, experts are quick to notice that unlike other smartphones, it does contain a full-metal body. The MediaTek octa-core processor is also a plus especially when you’re looking for a phone with advanced power-saving capabilities.
Other features that serves mentioning are the 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage (expect that you can’t use all of that, though), 5MP and 13MP front and rear-facing shooters and a 2500mAh battery.
- Display : 5.2-inch, 1080p resolution screen
- OS : Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Chipset/ CPU : MediaTek octa-core
- RAM : 2GB
- Storage : 16GB
- Camera : 5MP front and 13MP rear cameras with dual-flash
- Battery : 2500mAh